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Workers continue renovations to 415 and 417 Main St. in Little Rock, which is Phase 1 of the park's permanent home.
Business Services / Construction / Government & Politics / Small Business

Little Rock Tech Park Announces First Tenants

The Little Rock Technology Park announces the first slate of tenants moving into Phase 1 of its permanent offices at 415 and 417 Main St., which are set to open March 1. read more >
Brent Birch, executive director of the Little Rock Tech Park, speaks last October at the park's interim offices at 107 E. Markham St. in Little Rock.
Business Services / Investments / Media & Marketing / Real Estate / Small Business

Little Rock Tech Park Sees New Tenants at Temporary Location

With construction on the Little Rock Technology Park underway at 415 and 417 Main St., it’s easy to forget that tenants have been coming and going at the park’s temporary space at 107 E. Markham St. read more >
Gary Campbell
Health Care / Nonprofits

Gary Campbell in Driver’s Seat of Accelerate Arkansas (Movers & Shakers)

Gary Campbell has been elected chairman of the board of Accelerate Arkansas. Mike Malone has been hired as vice chairman. Accelerate Arkansas is a group of business and education leaders in the state with the goal of raising per capita income of Arkansas residents to the U.S. average by 2020. read more >
Jerry Adams
Education / Government & Politics / Small Business

Battelle Study: Arkansas Poised to Grow Knowledge-Based Economy

A study commissioned by the Arkansas Research Alliance finds the state well positioned to create more high-paying jobs. The report aims to gauge progress of a 2009 plan to develop "knowledge-based" jobs. read more >
John Ahlen

Arkansas’ Role in Research and Development

Today, nearly 30 years after Arkansas took the first steps to replicate home grown job creation, there are certainly jobs to count, but it’s perhaps more important to recognize that Arkansas is well positioned for the future because it has formed a globally competitive, technology-based economic development ecosystem driven by multi-organizational investments, know-how and collaboration. read more >
Jerry Adams

The Laboratory Of Arkansas

The challenges involve commercializing intellectual property from research universities and developing a place that can accelerate and develop new enterprises from both the university as well as from private sector ideas as with Innovate Arkansas. read more >